Leopold Stokowski conducts the Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra with Sergei Rachmaninoff performing his own Concerto No 2 in C Minor. From a set of HMV 78s, and enhanced with "Mono-a-Mono" (http://mono-a-mono.x10.mx/). Topics: Stokowski, Rachmaninoff, Philadelphia Symphony, 78, 78rpm, Mono-a-Mono
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Rachmaninoff had reason for melancholy : A broken home, a sister lost to diphtheria, a father who gambled away the family fortune. His early compositions were poorly reviewed and he went into a three-year depression. Upon his recovery he went on to write some of his most sublime music: his second piano concert and his sonata for cello and piano featured in this documentary by Sheila and Stephan Halpern. With musicians: Irena Portenko, piano and Andrey Tchekmazov, cello Topics: New Jersey, Princeton, Princeton Community Television, PCTV, Public Access TV, Community Media,...
Soprano Jacquelyn Familant and pianist Hugh Sung perform two songs by Sergei Rachmaninoff - "Oh, never sing to me again", Op. 4, No. 4, and "Spring waters", Op. 14, No. 11 - at the Great Auditorium in Ocean Grove, New Jersey, during a July 2008 Summer Stars recital.
Sergei RACHMANINOV (1873 - 1943) Trio pour piano et cordes no 2 en ré mineur, op. 9 "Trio élégiaque" Marianna Rashkovetsky, piano Alexey Shabalin, violon Alexey Ramanenko, violoncelle Chansons pour voix et piano Ne ver', moj drug (Don't believe, my friend), op.14, no. 7 Siren' (Lilacs), op. 21, no. 5 Zdes' khorosho (It is good here), op. 21, no. 7 U mojego okna (By my window), op. 26, no.10 Christine Komatsu - soprano, Barry Snyder – piano Etudes-tableaux, Op. 33 No. 1... Topics: OUTI-JSI, Rachmaninov, idefix